ACS Clinical Research Program
Putting the needle before the knife: Minimally invasive approaches to diagnostic lymph node biopsy in melanoma(0)
Minimally invasive approaches to diagnostic lymph node biopsy in melanoma are recommended as a first step in value-based care for the patient.
Recently completed and ongoing clinical trials in resectable gastric cancer are summarized.
The study design of the OPRA Trial, which includes a watch-and-wait cohort for locally advanced rectal cancer, is summarized.
The ACS CRP will offer sessions at Clinical Congress 2019 on the topics of developing clinical trial and decreasing administrative burden associated with those trials.
Clinical trial data are examined to help develop a consensus approach for locally advanced gastric cancer.
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